A bold project heads to Henderson, promising a “unique theatre dining experience” and the prospect of guest appearances by “celebrity chefs.”
Blume — The Art of Culinary is already at work transforming space #120 within an office building at 3145 St. Rose Parkway, close to Seven Hills Drive.
Angelo J. Giordano created the restaurant where the key to the experience will be “cutting-edge holographic technology,” plus “3D mapping techniques“ and video projections to surround diners.
The aim is to replicate distinct atmospheres, like a Shanghai market while diners eat bao buns and dumplings, or Beale Street in Memphis as they eat barbecue.
The interior will also be upgraded with a an aquarium built by Aquatic Tank Masters, famed stars of Animal Planet’s hit TV show Tanked.
Paperwork filed with the City of Henderson reveals the restaurant interior will feature a curved raw bar, a separate rectangular full-service bar, the main dining room, private dining, and an outdoor patio facing St Rose Parkway.
Team members include executive chef Daniel Hackett Jr., formerly of BLK Live and White Chocolate Grill in Scottsdale, Arizona, and familiar local mixologist, Eddie Perales. Unnamed “celebrity guest chefs” are also under consideration.
Scheduled to serve lunch and dinner, Blume is pushing to debut in “late summer.”
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